Use Auto Volume on a Samsung TV
Auto Volume is a feature on Samsung Smart TVs that helps to avoid volume fluctuation when changing between channels or sources on the TV. It's designed to prevent a dramatic increase or decrease of audio from the TV Speakers.
Turning on Auto Volume to Normal will make sure all content sources from apps, channels or external devices will play sound at the same level of volume. Auto Volume can equalise the volume up to 12db.
You'll need to turn Auto Volume off if you want to control the volume of the TV through a Soundbar or external speakers. If you use the Auto Volume function with external speakers, the speaker's volume control may not function properly.
If you find that your TV is audibly announcing and describing menu options instead, head to our guide Voice Guide Announces What I do on my Samsung TV.
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Enabling Auto Volume
Note: If you would like to manually adjust your TV volume, flick the volume button up/down or press the Volume +/- button on your TV remote.
For previous models:
- 2017 (M Series) Model TVs: The Auto Volume function is not available
- 2016 (K Series) Model TVs: Home > Settings > Sound > Expert Settings > Auto Volume
- 2015 (J Series) Model TVs: Menu > Sound > Speaker Settings > Auto Volume
- 2014 (H Series) Model TVs: Menu > Sound > Additional Settings > Auto Volume
If you require further assistance, please consult the user manual from our Manuals & Downloads page or contact our Samsung Care Australia experts on 1300 362 603 (Toll Free in Australia). You can also contact our Chat Support team or reach us through Samsung Members Community.
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